Domaine de la Corniche
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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They spent the first part of the morning walking up through the town to the church. The town was very old and really pretty.
The church was more like a cathedral and surprisingly plain for a Catholic church. It was very light and airy,with delicate vaults flying off and catching the light. The choir stalls were supported by dogs with long suffering faces. Down some stairs was a small vaulted ...
It's just about over. Two full days left. Today we decided to head out to the Versailles Palace despite the threat of rain. After one night of drugs I feel 1,000 times better. I got a full night sleep and my persistent cough all but disappeared. The same goes for Deb but her cough lingers just a bit because they didn't prescribe antibiotics for her.
I digress, today was a fantastic day. I've been to Paris about 6 times in my life and ...
We noticed a difference in crowds since Thursday; a national holiday in France (Labour Day). Next week is another national holiday commemorating the end of WW2 on May 8. Many French families use this time as a spring vacation. Combined with the start of the tourist season, the attractions are getting busier.
We set our alarms early to depart for Versailles, the palace of French royalty. The forecast was for clear sunny ...
Drove from Saint Severin to Paris. We decided while in Spain that stopping off in small towns close to the motorway, as opposed to the motorway stops works better for us – local food and decent coffee. That strategy slightly backfired today. We stopped at a small town called Chaunay which seemed perfect. We got some pastries from the Boulangerie, then Steve went to the Café/Pub to get a couple of caffe au lait. They didn't have ...
We visited the Château de Versailles on our last day in Paris on recommendation of a few people we've met along our way. It was a bit novel to see the massive palace that grew out of Louis XIII's 1624 hunting lodge, but we found the tour to be mostly hype about a taste for expensive things, and not at all an interesting history lesson about the politics of pre- and post-French Revolution that we were expecting. We should have looked ...